Up Late NW

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Up Late NW is a sketch comedy and variety television series, which premiered on September 19, 2015. The show is broadcast on Saturday nights across the Pacific Northwest; in Seattle on KING-TV at 1:05 AM (Pacific), following Saturday Night Live, and at 11:30 PM in Portland, Oregon on KOIN-TV; in Spokane, Washington on KREM; in Eugene, Oregon on KEVU-CD; and in Medford, Oregon on KDRV.

Up Late NW
GenreSketch comedy, variety show
StarringChris Cashman
Pat Cashman
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes18
Executive producersB Anthony Nelson
Pat Cashman
Chris Cashman
Production locationsSeattle, Washington
Running time22 minutes
Original networkKING-TV
KONG-TV (Repeats)
KSKN-TV (Repeats)
Picture format1080i HDTV
Audio format5.1 Surround Sound
Original releaseSeptember 19, 2015 (2015-09-19) –
May 2016 (2016-05)
Related showsAlmost Live!
The (206)
The John Report with Bob
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Up Late NW is hosted by Emmy Award winning Northwest television “personalities” Pat Cashman and Chris Cashman, who are a father (Pat) and son (Chris) team of grifters.

The first several episodes of the weekly, half-hour series were shot before a live studio audience at Fremont Studios in Seattle, Washington, and include live audience interactions. Later episodes have been recorded in various locations, without an audience. Each episode features pre-recorded digital sketch comedy shorts, special celebrity guests, and performances by both Northwest stand-up comedians and musical guests.

Guests have included: Jeff Probst, Joel McHale, Kenny Mayne, Danny Bonaduce, Roger Fisher, Shawn Kemp, Luke Willson, Taylor John Williams, and many more.

It is often considered a successor to the Seattle-based productions of Almost Live! and The (206), mostly because of the involvement of Pat and Chris Cashman. Up Late NW is a production from production company, Artists think Tank, LLC. Pat Cashman and Chris Cashman are co-executive producers with showrunner B Anthony Nelson, and partners with Head of Production Christopher Sherlock and Executive VP Distribution/Co-Producer Ryan Craig.

The slogan for Up Late NW is: The PNW Gets It.

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